Microsoft Sharepoint

Microsoft SharePoint is a software system that is installed on Microsoft Windows Server, with Microsoft SQL Server as the database behind it. The purpose is to provide a web-based system for sharing files and information in a way that does not require knowledge of any computer language. While programmers can certainly extend the basic functionality of SharePoint, alone it provides a wealth of tools to create sophisticated web sites. These intranet and even extranet sites allow for information to be published for a broad audience, as well as providing a mechanism for groups large and small to collaborate on a single project or the administration of an entire organization.

SharePoint combines various functions which are traditionally separate applications: intranet, extranet, content management, document management, personal cloud, enterprise social networking, enterprise search, business intelligence, workflow management, web content management, etc.

Microsoft SharePoint Course Overview

  General Introduction
  Introduction to SharePoint 2013
  SharePoint Site Hierarchy
  Introduction to Apps SharePoint 2013
  Builtin Apps Configuration – List & Libraries
  Security – User Groups and Permissions
  Enterprise Content Management
  User Profile Service Administration
  Administering and configuring Search
  Backup and Restore
  Server Object Model
  Working with WebParts
  Event Receivers
  Business Connectivity Service

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